The Andrew James Halogen Oven can be used to cook everything you would in a conventional oven and is great for roasting, grilling, baking, frying and steaming. Using a halogen oven for food preparation reduces cooking times. The halogen oven bulb uses infrared technology to quickly heat the air inside the oven, which is then fan-circulated to cook food evenly without the need for additional fats or oils. This results in a healthier meal and preserves the natural nutrients and flavours of foods. There are loads of great halogen oven recipes online, so get creative in the kitchen!
Yes, as it heats up so quickly, there’s no need to preheat meaning overall the oven cooks up to 40% faster than a standard electric oven, this was tested with a whole 3lb chicken. It uses only 0.867 kWh at 200°C which over a year can save you as much as £40 compared to cooking with a standard electric oven, based on an average of 223 typical uses per year. However, you need to factor in the cost of replacement halogen bulbs.
The 1400 Watt oven boasts a huge variety of cooking functions including roasting, grilling, baking, frying, dehydrating and steaming. The analog control panel is very easy to use; simply select the cooking time and temperature and the oven starts! Alternatively, you can select one of the automatic settings for cooking food such as pizzas, rice, cakes and toast, or use it for defrosting or reheating food. The oven will automatically switch off and a signal will sound after the timer has reached zero.
Additional extras can be purchased such as the halogen oven air fryer attachment. This attachment is used to create crisp delicious chips, chicken, fish and more.
The Andrew James Premium 12 Litre Halogen Oven reduces cooking times and saves electricity in the long run. Add attachments to the halogen oven to make the most of its cooking ability.
Easy To Use Controls
Easy to use and operate with
the analogue dials.
12 Litre Halogen Oven Bowl
Removable easy to clean 12 litre
glass halogen oven bowl.
Halogen Oven Accessories
Includes all the halogen oven accessories
you need for cooking.
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|Product Dimensions||40.0L x 40.0W x 33.0H|
|Package Dimensions||38.0L x 38.5W x 25.3H|
|Boxed Product Weight||8.04|
|Box Contains||Halogen Oven, 12 Litre Halogen Oven Bowl, Halogen Oven Accessories & Spare Halogen Bulb|
Yes, because the space you need to heat is much smaller than a conventional oven it will heat up more quickly, saving both time and money. This has been tested with a whole 3lb chicken. It uses only 0.867 kWh at 200°C, which over a year can save you as much as £40 compared to cooking with a standard electric oven, based on an average of 223 typical uses per year. However, you need to factor in the cost of replacement halogen bulbs.
The Andrew James Halogen Oven includes a self-cleaning function that aims to keep the appliance maintained and ready for use.
We recommend that the Halogen Oven is deep cleaned at least once a month, paying close attention to the three screws on the bulb panel, found on the inside of the oven’s lid. Please ensure that the screws do not become clogged up, as this will prevent access to the bulb, should it need changing.
After each use, let the bowl cool down and wipe away any left over food. You can add a small piece of kitchen foil or even cut out a piece of oven liner if that makes it easier for you. When you need to do a deeper clean, pour in a litre of cold water and some washing up liquid, then set the oven to the clean function for 15 minutes. You can leave your accessories in the oven whilst you clean it or take them out and wash them separately.
Of course. Pretty much anything you would cook in a normal oven can be cooked in a halogen oven. Put oven chips on a tray or rack to cook, or use the air fryer attachment for home fried chips without all the fat.
Yes, just add a little more time to allow for it to cook through. You may see more steam around the inside of the bowl because of the frozen water in your food evaporating but this is fine, just wait a couple of seconds after lifting the lid before putting your hands over the top to prevent any potential scaldings. There is also a defrost setting if you don’t want to cook the food completely.